Your Past Doesn’t Determine Your Future - Part 3

Air Date: 5/25/20 - She was a woman who emerged from the shadows to live life in the light of God’s kingdom.  Her name is Rahab and her story shows us that your past does not determine your future!  There is plenty of encouragement ahead in today’s message from Pastor Nat Crawford and in his discussion with Back to the Bible CEO Arnie Cole. 

Back to the Bible Presents: Nat Crawford

 
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Yes, your words have brought me comfort. I was a lost sinner and one day I realized how far I had drifted from Him. I began to pray to confess my sins and I found grace and mercy in God's word. My favorite verse, "but God commendeth His love to us in that even when we were dead in trespasses and sins, Christ died for us. This verse has brought me comfort. also, "He that believeth in Me hath everlasting life. Also, if we confess our sins he is faithful to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." I have learned and keep learning to take God at His word. I use to listen to Back to the Bible with Brother Epp. I really miss those days and I miss hearing his voice. I wish I could get some tapes of his sermons.
I am so glad that our past has been forgiven and forgotten, And that our past doesn't define us. Praise the Lord and thank you Father for this confendance in You!!!!!!:)
Great devotional. Thank goodness for a God of second chance.
Wow! We are soo blessed that our past does not determine our future. Thank You!
I am thankful to God that my sinful past does not determine my future with Him. I am no longer under condemnation. I have been set free in Jesus Christ my Saviour. Just like Rahab, I choose FAITH in Jesus! Lord, thank You for the free gift of Salvation!
We are forgiven despite the consequences of sin. Gods mercy allows consequences to show us the seriousness of sin. Confess from a brokenness, press on.
Thank you, Pastor Nat. This is what I need for today. 10
Thanks for the devotion. God Bless.
Thanks for the devotional. God bless you 🙏
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